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Blair Underwood to Kick off AHF's U.S. HIV Testing Caravan, Monday June 8th, 11:00 AM (PST)

... - Allen University , Allen University Mall, 2300 Taylor Street , Columbia, SC 29204 Local participants: Dr. bambi Gaddist , Executive Director, SCHAC Vivian Clark-Armstead , Testing & Prevention Coordinator, SCHAC Cumulative AIDS Cas...

Southern AIDS Living Quilt Raises Awareness in Washington, D.C.

...ing Quilt makes one thing very clear, the status quo must change," said Dr. bambi Gaddist, Southern AIDS Coalition Board Member and Executive Director of the...ese groups were board members of the Southern AIDS Coalition, including Dr. bambi Gaddist, Heather Hauck, Director of the Maryland AIDS Administration, and K...

Southern AIDS Living Quilt Raises Awareness at National HIV Summit

...irty three. "Like this summit, the Living Quilt works to increase awareness and make an impact on those infected and those at risk," said Dr. bambi Gaddist, Executive Director of the South Carolina HIV/AIDS Council. "While we have a long way to go, it's a sign that the status quo can change." ...

Southern AIDS Living Quilt Project Launch to Break Down Barriers

... Co-Chair, HIV/STD Director, NC Department of Health & Human Services Beth Scalco, Director of HIV/AIDS Program, Louisiana Office of Public Health bambi Gaddist, Executive Director, South Carolina HIV/AIDS Council Rebecca A. Clark, M.D., Director, Maternal/Child HIV Outpatient Program, Medical Center...

Keck Futures Initiative awards $1M for 15 research projects

...stance caregiving. The researchers will develop the long-term research agenda to assess human-technology interface within an aging-in-place model. bambi BREWER, SUJATA PRADHAN, and ANTHONY DELITTO, University of Pittsburgh ROBOTIC ASSESSMENT FOR QUANTIFICATION OF PRECLINICAL SYMPTOMS OF NEURODEGENER...
Bambi in Biological News

Colorectal cancer

...that this gene is more active in metastatic tumors and metastases than in non-metastatic tumors. "Our investigations show that the particular gene bambi is associated with two import signaling pathways and thus promotes metastasis formation," Dr. Fritzmann said. "These signaling pathways (Wnt and TGF-b...
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